Criminal Screening Searches
- County Criminal Records
- Statewide Criminal Records
- Federal Criminal or Civil Search
- Nationwide Criminal Database Search
- Registered Sex Offender Search
- Incarcerated Inmate Search
- Terrorist/Patriot Act/OFAC Watch List
Credit, DMV & Verification Searches
- I-9 Verification Social Security Trace
- Employment Credit Report
- Commercial Driver’s License Information System (CDLIS)
- DMV - Driver’s License Records Check
- Employment & Personal Reference
- Education Verification
- Professional License Verification Media Search
Provides up-to-date information on an applicant’s past addresses and movement patterns based on name and social security number (SSN). In addition to verifying and returning information on a SSN, Person Search provides a report with the following: full name and/or alternate names used by an applicant, dates at listed addresses, age/date of birth, and available phone information. Person Search is an investigative starting point that provides a more complete background search when combined with additional screening services.
Credit reports can be a valuable tool for assessing applicants who may occupy a position where business needs dictate a history of financial responsibility. An Employment Credit Report differs from a traditional credit report, in that it is tailored for use in an employment situation. For example, it does not include account numbers, nor does the “pull” count against the applicant’s credit score.
TransUnion PEER® (Pre-Employment Evaluation Report) – The PEER Report from TransUnion gives you a completely unbiased account of a potential candidate’s financial background information. It helps you assess the candidate’s financial responsibility by showing a complete credit history. PEER traces the person’s credit history. PEER can then help you identify those applicants who are potentially financially overextended or on the brink of problems that could adversely affect their performance on the job. See our Employment Credit Report Product Sheet to which laws apply to your business. An additional application is required and one-time site inspection fee mandated by all Credit Bureaus to verify your business is $75.00 which covers the cost of an onsite inspector.
Our standard employment reference investigation covers all the bases, if you will want to ask a particular question just ask us. This investigation is highly recommended. If you would prefer us to contact the Human Resource Department rather than a former supervisor, we’ll try both or your preference. HR Departments will normally not comment on specific job performance.
Reviewing an applicant's Motor Vehicle Record is an important search for those required to operate a company or personal vehicle for business purposes. Records highlight driving history over the past 3-7 years and are available in all 50 states and Washington DC. Reports include all personal identifiers as well as offenses and citations.
Commercial Driving Records allow employers and their agents to comply with FMCSA requirements by searching within the "Commercial Driver's License Information System" for any prior licenses, current CDL and up to three prior licenses held by the individual.
Instant Motor Vehicle reports are available in the following states:
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
Driving record searches are mandated by industry and legislative directives, are critical for positions involving driving, freight delivery, security drivers, transportation of employees or clients or other motor vehicle operation. Records may contain violations (examples: driving under the influence, suspensions and other moving violations).
Driving records are typically 3 - 10 years depending on the state. Name, date of birth, driver's license number are required for this search. Driving records are available for all 50 states as well as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Below are the formats for each state as well as the state surcharges.
Our County Criminal Search of court records for felony convictions for one name in one county. Depending on Jurisdiction misdemeanor record and traffic violations searches, when available. County Criminal Covers a minimum period of seven years depending on the county to be used solely for employment decisions.
A criminal records databases compiled from violent and sex offender registries from all fifty states and the District of Columbia. Photos, or links to photos, of the offenders are provided where available. Further research and verification is strongly recommended.
Our State Criminal Search of court records for felony convictions for one name in one state. Depending on Jurisdiction misdemeanor record and traffic violations searches, when available. State Criminal Covers a minimum period of seven years depending on the county to be used solely for employment decisions.
Provides a history of the employee's work related injuries as filed by past employers and may include dates of claims(s), nature of injuries and whether the claim was upheld or denied. Requires a signed release from the employer that can only be requested after an employment offer has been made. Not available in all states.